On Jan. 15, Richard “Buz” Cooper passed away from pancreatic cancer complications at 79 years old in New York.
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New Penn Integrates Knowledge Professor Michael Platt kicked off this year’s 2016 Science/Lightbulb Cafe lecture series with a discussion on the biological roots of friendship.
PennApps, which takes place from Friday to Sunday, pits individual hackers and teams of up to four people in a 36-hour race against the clock to create innovative new hardware and software focusing on topics ranging from humor to health.
AppItUP, a competition run by Penn Center for Innovation, challenges anyone with a Penn email and a big idea to build a business.
Among freshmen traversing the Engineering Quad and hustling to introductory math classes, roughly four out of ten are women.
With its wide variety of quirky and comedic questions, Know Your Crew combines the insights of classic psychology and personality tests with the fun of group games
With perseverance, a giant 1,000-ton “fishbowl” full of rare waterand a man-made cavern 6,800 feet underground, Penn researchers contributed toa Nobel Prize-winningproject that has revolutionizedthe modern world of physics.
Across four years, STEM classes at Penn seem to be just as affordable as those in any other discipline.
Scuba diving in tropical islands and exploring coral reefs for work sounds like some quixotic dream to most people, but for Physics professor Alison Sweeney, it’s anything but fantasy.
The night before Rajat Mehndiratta, Cyrus Tabrizi, Edward Ahn, and Vasu Agrawal arrived at PennApps last month, they had no idea what was in store for them.
Computers now take 30 seconds to start and all applications, including large ones, load in seconds.
This summer, surgeons at Penn Medicine and CHOP performed the world’s first ever double hand transplant on a child.
Franklin now offers the ability to directly search the contents of Penn's thousands of database and e-journal subscriptions.
Perelman's donations to the University have funded the upcoming Perelman Center for Political Science.
Before becoming an engineering rockstar, Kumar was simply a teenager with a passion for science fiction.
Many desktop computers on the first floor of Van Pelt have been marked as out of order.
This year's hackathon will feature themed categories and place an emphasis on civic engagement.
PennApps, the largest collegiate hackathon in the country, will take place next weekend.
On certain Wednesday nights, the Museum will also host P.M. @ the Penn Museum: School Nights
The startup allows students to buy and sell anything from textbooks and dorm supplies to tutoring services.